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But just as her heart soared, the bureaucracy brought it crashing down again. Ministry of Interior officials informed Dana that they had information that she shared and liked Facebook posts related to a Jewish-Messianic community.
Netivah, an Israeli youth ministry based in Netanya, has launched a hotline for troubled Messianic teenagers, encouraging them to reach out for help if something is troubling them.
David writes, "Like so many other public events at this time, the Palm Sunday procession has been shelved due to the Coronavirus threat. But this should not prevent us from celebrating in our hearts this key moment in the life of Jesus. It has so much meaning and symbolism..."
Hannah writes, "At the time, I was a single mother with three children and did not see how I could possibly make aliyah (immigrate to Israel) on my own; but with God all things are possible."
Barry writes, "Today, we understand this as one of many powerful signs of God’s providence for us in times of great difficulty. War, plagues, famine, and many other disasters strike—and God is always there for us, guiding the way with his healing mercy."
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When did Christians enter the story of Israel and what part do we play in the future? Peter Tsukahira unpacks the significance of the history of Israel in the Old Testament and God’s heart for His family today.
Shani writes, "All of us in Israel are used to the constant threat of rocket fire and bus bombings; aggressive people who don’t like the fact we exist is a way of life. But I have to stop myself and remember — just because we’re used to it, doesn’t make religious persecution right. And left to fester, it could easily get worse."
Can an Israeli Messianic believer have a voice in today’s world of independent rock music? Adam Lee Rosenfeld, a father of eight living in Jerusalem, believes so.